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Things To Make With Just A Little Bit Of Sugar

The bottom of the sugar bag is a curious place. With just a few scoops left, there’s a dilemma of, “Do I buy more now? Or can I find a way to use this before I head to the store?” We opt for the latter, because there is so much you can do with just … Continue reading Things To Make With Just A Little Bit Of Sugar

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Vintage Recipes That Never Go Out of Style

We all have a favorite recipe of grandma’s. With a dash of this and a pinch of that, she’d toss it together effortlessly and completely from memory. Even today, one bite of that recipe and you’re transported right back into grandma’s kitchen or sitting around her big dinner table. If you’re lucky, your mom talked … Continue reading Vintage Recipes That Never Go Out of Style

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Homemade Candy – Tips for Success

What gets kids more excited about Halloween – the costumes or the candy? You can bet it’s all the unlimited sweet treats they get! The spooky, creepy holiday will be here before you know it. Make this Halloween extra special this year by making homemade candy. You know exactly what is in these terrific treats – … Continue reading Homemade Candy – Tips for Success

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13 Sugar Science Projects For Kids

School isn’t in session any longer, but that doesn’t mean learning has to stop. Hands-on science projects are one of the best ways to keep children’s brains engaged all summer long. According to the Resource Area for Teaching, “99% of teachers report their students retain knowledge longer as a result of hands-on experience.” If you … Continue reading 13 Sugar Science Projects For Kids

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How To Teach Kids About Kitchen Measurements

Want a fun way to teach your child about units of measure? Invite them to join you in the kitchen and have them help you bake some cookies. While preparing delicious sweet treats you can enjoy together later, you can also introduce them to math subjects such as fractions and measurement. Trust us; they will … Continue reading How To Teach Kids About Kitchen Measurements